Singh, HFS-II. Vs. The State of Haryana & Anr  INSC 16 (4 January 1996)
K.Ramaswamy, K.G.B. Pattanaik (J)
1996 SCC (2) 19 JT 1996 (1) 222
O R D
E R Application for impleadment is dismissed as withdrawn.
decline to express any opinion on merits since M.P. Sharma, who was appointed
to an additional posts as a general candidate pursuant to the direction issued
by the High Court in Writ Petition No.13700/90, on July 8, 1990 while the
appellant was regularly selected by the Public Service Commission and appointed
earlier to him, is not made a party to these proceedings. The main thrust of
the argument is on inter se seniority between the appellant and M.P. Sharma.
But in the absence of M.P. Sharma being impleaded as a party respondent to
these proceedings, we cannot go into the question. Under these circumstances,
we do find that though the High Court dismissed the writ petition in limine, it
would be open to the appellant to approach the High Court, if so advised, to
file a fresh writ petition impleading the affected parties and seek his remedy
according to law.
appeal is dismissed accordingly. No costs.